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Anthony Fauci has a long-overdue confession to make about the efficacy of those highly touted vaccines.

    This just in: The always-reliable Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is inexplicably still the White House’s chief medical adviser, has conceded that those COVID-19 vaccines — the ones that he and Joe Biden have been using like a cudgel against the American people — aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.

Here’s how Fauci put it: “One of the things that’s clear from the data [is] that even though vaccines — because of the high degree of transmissibility of this virus — don’t protect overly well, as it were, against infection, they protect quite well against severe disease leading to hospitalization and death.”

As it were. Against infection. Now he tells us.

Fox News’s Laura Ingraham and her guest last night, Yale University Professor of Epidemiology Harvey Risch, could hardly contain themselves. Here’s a key passage:

Ingraham: Okay, he was two times boosted — or three times, we’ve lost track — he got COVID, he took the Paxlovid [antiviral], then he got a rebound of COVID during the Paxlovid. But his message is, ‘Everybody go out and get boosted,’ when the booster doesn’t even apply to the new variant. Am I missing something here?

Risch: No, I think that Dr. Fauci is missing something. When something doesn’t work, doing more of it doesn’t make it work better. It makes it work worse. And that’s what they’re recommending. In fact, we know now that the polyvaccinated — people who have multiple boosters — have higher risk of getting the virus and spreading the virus than unvaccinated people.



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